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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
Re: 1959 44 Flattop with Original Box and Parts List
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Tenpoint
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12 Dec 2012 04:48 PM
    Per request, here's few more pics. Nothing in there but grease and oil.
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    Tenpoint
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    07 Dec 2012 03:16 AM
    SOLD! 1959 44 Flattop with original Box and Parts List.
    MINT CONDITION
    Does not appear to have been fired.
    Bluing is spotless, no rub marks anywhere.
    Box in excellent condition.
    Parts List in excellent condition.
    Nice grips, no handling marks.

    As of 10/16/2013 this item is SOLD. Thanks for your interest.
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    flattop44
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    07 Dec 2012 03:26 AM
    Oh man, these two are great Flattops, some lucky collector needs to jump on these!!
    Bill
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    Tenpoint
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    10 Dec 2012 12:48 AM
    The buyer of the '58 said my photos didn't do it justice, especially in regards to the grips.

    So here are some pics of the grips on the '59. They appear to made of a much denser, straight-grained walnut, more burgundy in color. The finish is smooth as glass. They look shinier than they are due to the lighting. Also, the color match from side to side is perfect (see the right grip for true color). I can't seem to get the lighting right on a left grip photo.

    Again, this gun is as close to 100% as one could reasonably expect to find after 54 years. From someone's sock drawer to my safe to your hands...

    Enjoy.
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    Tenpoint
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    30 Sep 2013 02:05 PM
    Box pics
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